- Utah Jazz player, Boris Diaw has announced his retirement from basketball
- According to him, he does not consider it as a retirement but a new chapter in his life
- He announced his retirement with close friend Tony Parker on a boat
Utah Jazz and former San Antonio Spurs’ player, Boris Diaw, has announced his retirement from National Basketball Association (NBA) in a very cool way.
Via his Twitter account KAMI has learned that Diaw shared a video of him along with close friends Tony Parker and Rony Turiaf on a boat where he announced he is done playing basketball now.
“Anyway, after all this stuff, I feel happy when I look back at my career. I did what I had to do. And, I don’t see this as a retirement but a beginning of a new life,” Diaw said.
Diaw was a key player back in 2014 when San Antonio Spurs’ won the championship game. He first started playing in Atlanta Hawks in 2003. By 2005, he started playing for Phoenix Suns. Two seasons after, he was dealt to Charlotte Bobcats (now Hornets). In 2012, he joined San Antonio Spurs and played with Tony Parker.
Diaw was brought to Utah Jazz before the beginning of Season ’16-’17 but he has not played in NBA since then. Instead, he was waived and played with L Levallois Metropolitans of the LNB Pro A league in France.
Diaw was also awarded as the Most Improved Player back in Season 2005-2006.
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